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Evaluation HIV/Aids policy Luxembourg CVO and Trimbos-institute evaluated the Luxembourg drug action plan 2010-2014. For the evaluation a survey, in dept interviews and focus groups were held with stakeholders. Results were positive. >>read more

Effective Evaluation - An introduction for grass-root organisations Randomised Controlled Trials, Double Blind evaluation protocols, and Impact Evaluations – are scientific practices that can likely scare you off when working in the field. Although they are very useful, scientific practices
like these are often unavailable for grassroots fieldworkers to implement. But luckily there are also proven science-based methods available that can help you evaluate your work and projects with less costs, effort and complexity. This short guide has been designed to help people who are working in the field to do evaluations. With some simple tools everyone can evaluate a project. This manual will introduce grassroots fieldworkers to various ways on how to evaluate their projects regularly. >>read more

Coffee Shops and Compromise: Separated Illicit Drug Markets in the Netherlands Coffee Shops and Compromise: Separated Illicit Drug Markets in the Netherlands, the latest publication of CVO staff Jean / Paul Grund and Joost Breeksema, tells the history of the Dutch approach and describes the ongoing success of the country’s drug policy. This includes the impact of the Dutch “separation of markets,” which potentially limits people’s exposure and access to harder drugs. >>read more

Breaking Worse: The Emergence of Krokodil and Excessive Injuries among People who Inject Drugs in Eurasia In the last years people who inject drugs (PWID) in Eurasia have increasingly responded to heroin ‘droughts’ and shortages in other illicit drugs, by injecting highly toxic homemade drugs from medications from pharmacies, according to a new article by researchers at the Utrecht based Addiction Research Centre, Columbia University in New York and the Centre for Research on Drugs and Health Behaviour in London.
The review commentary, published as “Editors’ Choice” in the July 2013 issue of the International Journal of Drug Policy (IJDP), summarizes existing evidence on the highly damaging practice of injecting krokodil, a liquid opioid concoction that PWID in several Eurasian countries produce themselves, often in regions where heroin is unavailable or because of the comparatively significantly lower price of the homemade injectable.
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Care for Each Other: A randomized controlled trial of peer driven social support in sheltered housing for homeless people The PROZE project deals with care for each other. The main objective of the project is to transfer knowledge about peer driven social support to service providers for the homeless and to involve homeless clients. For support to achieve objectives Peer Driven Intervention (PDI) is applied. Besides, an effect evaluation of the intervention is carried out in the project.

Evaluation international project vulnerable groups HIV/Aids CVO is conducting the evaluation of a large international project – Correlation 2 – on the prevention of HIV/Aids and other blood born infectious diseases among vulnerable groups that are difficult to reach for health services. The project will run until beginning of 2012.>> More

 

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